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Great Eastern Cutlery Tidioute #38 SPECIAL - 1 Blade - Tractor Green Jig Bone

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List price: $115.85
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This Great Eastern Cutlery Tidioute #38 SPECIAL is a classic pocket knife design that exhibits great eye appeal. This fine pocket knife features a single 1095 carbon steel blade and Tractor Green Jig Bone handle scales. The curved and rounded design allows it to slide in and out of your pocket and be carried very easily. It is a simple pocket knife made with quality materials and expertly crafted for years of service. It is a great general purpose, gentleman's fine pocket knife at a price that makes it a great value. Made with pride in Titusville, PA. We are an authorized Great Eastern Cutlery Dealer and purchased this new knife direct from them.

The Blade(s):

This #38 SPECIAL features one 1095 steel clip point blade. This blade offers good versatility whether using it for peeling an apple, cutting rope or whittling a stick. The blade has a cutting edge of 2.625" and has a nail nick for opening. The blade finish is satin. There is no half stop.

The Handle Construction:

The handle length allows for a solid four finger hold for most people. The handle scales are Tractor Green Jig Bone and the attaching pins and liners are brass. The bolsters, inlay shield and end caps are nickel silver giving the knife a classy look. The handle scale edges are rounded and flush with the outside perimeter making the knife pleasant to hold. The fit and finish are excellent and the blade action is crisp when opening and closing.


Blade Finish:
Blade Length:
2.9 in.
Blade Steel:
1095 Carbon
Blade Thickness:
.100 in.
Blade Type:
Clip Point
Closed Length:
3.8 in.
Half Stop:
Handle Material:
Tractor Green Jig Bone
Handle Thickness:
.425 in.
Knife Style:
Folding Blade
Knife Weight:
2.2 oz
Lock Type:
Slip Joint
Open Length:
6.75 in.

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  • Review from Ricardo Moraes Pinto

    Ricardo Moraes Pinto

    I have this folder for a while. As a GEC fan I can tell you: ho one is better than another; they are all great knives, everyone with its proper design. Whether a Tideoute or a Northfield outing, one is assured to have exceptional products. Just one con: they sell faster and get out of stock easily!

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